Caitlin McGee hails from Little Rock, Arkansas. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of Alabama, Caitlin became Dance Captain for Disney Cruise Line. She then made her move to New York, where she has been featured on many New York stages including, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Highline Ballroom, Paul Taylor Studios, S.O.B’s, Actor’s Fund Art Center and Symphony Space, to name a few. Caitlin’s performance credits include, featured promotional performer for Nike, principal dancer in the Andrea Torres Dance Company, in which she is still a proud member. She was thrilled to share the stage with the cast of the hit television show, “Psych” during the “Upfronts” with USA Network, and she was a featured dancer for China’s Got Talent. Caitlin has been a long time performer in Carnival Choreographers Ball, as a featured dancer for accredited choreographers, Robert Taylor Jr. and Deborah Wilson. She has also performed in Jared Grimes “Run the Night.” Caitlin was Co-Choreographer and Director for “Pieces,” a NY performance benefiting women with breast cancer. She was also dance captain for Italian music sensation, Simona Rodano, in the CBS Columbus Day parade. Caitlin has been featured in a number of national commercials, including AOL and AT&T, as well as music videos with such artists as Robert Taylor Jr. from So You Think You Can Dance. Caitlin was the Assistant Choreographer to Deborah Wilson for the Off-Broadway musical, “Futurology,” and the assistant to sought after choreographer, Lane Napper, for the hit children’s musical tour, “Freckleface Strawberry.” Caitlin taught through out the NY area, including Broadway Dance Center. She continues to travel the country teaching at conventions, master classes, workshops, and intensives. Caitlin is thrilled to start a new chapter in Austin, where she hopes to create and inspire in an already thriving community.
|Affiliated Companies||The Andrea Torres Dance Company|
|Current Location||Austin, Texas|
|Proficient Dance Forms||Jazz, Contemporary|